Austinites White Denim are virtuosic players and sonic shape-shifters. Over the course of their five studio albums, they’ve toyed with prog, jazz and R&B, all presented through a psychedelic-rock filter. With October’s Corsicana Lemonade (co-produced and mixed by Wilco’s Jeff Tweedy), White Denim explores their Texan roots ever so slightly, shuffling through riff-riddled burners like “At Night in Dreams” and “Come Back” with just a hint of Southern-tinted nonchalance. Steely Dan-esque guitarmonies are peppered throughout, and frontman James Petralli’s soulful howl sounds as good as ever. Petralli has said that Lemonade captures the band’s live sound — a relentless, rapid-fire onslaught of world-class playing — better than any previous record, so here’s your chance to hold him to it. Pennsylvanians The Districts will open.